The resume prosecutors say say Lori Loughlin made for Olivia Jade – Business Insider
Prosecutors filed a collection of evidence in the college admissions scandal in court Friday.
Among the documents was what prosecutors say is an athletic resume created for Lori Loughlin’s daughter.
While they don’t name which daughter the resume belongs to, context clues suggest it was made for Olivia Jade Giannulli.
Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of paying the college admission scandal’s ringleader $500,000 to guarantee their daughters’ admissions to the University of Southern California.
Prosecutors released a slew of evidence in the college admissions scandal case on Friday, including a document they say is an athletic resume apparently created for Lori Loughlin’s daughter, Olivia Jade Giannulli, ahead of her admission to the University of Southern California.
The court documents were filed in District Court of Massachusetts on Friday, days after Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, accused federal prosecutors of withholding evidence in the case.
While the first name is blacked out, the resume says that the student was set to graduate high school in 2018, which was Olivia Jade’s graduation year.
Prosecutors say neither Olivia Jade nor Isabella Giannulli, her older sister, participated in crew in high school. But the resume the shared says that Loughlin’s daughter was a “highly talented” coxswain who had held positions on both men’s and women’s boats.
The resume said Loughlin’s daughter was a gold-medal winner dating as far back as 2014, and that her skills included “awareness, organization, direction, and steering.”
“Her sister is currently on our roster and fills the position in our #4 boat,” the resume said, referencing Isabella, who was already a student at USC.
Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are accused of paying the college admissions scandal’s ringleader, William “Rick” Singer, $500,000 to guarantee their daughters’ admissions to USC as crew recruits, despite them never participating in the sport.
They have pleaded not guilty to multiple charges and face up to 50 years in prison if they’re convicted.
Olivia Jade never actually participated in the crew team at USC, and neither did her sister. The sisters are no longer enrolled at USC, and after months of silence, Olivia Jade has returned to her YouTube channel.
Read the entire court filing from prosecutors below: